Even so, test cases are always a good idea. Ruby’s
unit testing support seems to follow in the path pioneered by
JUnit, and emulated by
many others. As is often the case, lines of code in the test
cases in this example outnumber the lines of code in the
RDoc can also be used
to produce pretty documentation of the
code and the
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